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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hello, everybody! it's booze day tuesday. first day of november. we're calling it movember around here. a new guest watching, knpg. >> what? they're here. >> yes, hoda! the new nbc affiliate. we're happy to you have. >> what is that? >> "kiss the sky".
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love i. went home yesterday after four hours of being regis. it takes so much energy to be -- >> you were exhausted because you were screaming. >> i know! all day! >> moving on to thanksgiving. >> this was our opening from yesterday, in case you missed it. we walked out -- >> see it again. >> it was oprah and regis together again. >> oprah and regis. [ laughter ] >> come on. >> how come you won't do that for me on spanky tuesdays, hoda? regis as gelman! [ laughter ] >> oh -- who was i? does anyone know? >> who are we? >> who are we? >> and why do they keep us on the air? >> can we just point out our handsome -- >> the scotts.
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>> you are so cute. >> you actually are. >> thank you. >> and get rid of grime and grit before your guests arrive, keep it clean. >> a good idea. and nothing says it best like santa claus, and a neiman marcus book. you can actually get great, great deals. a special discount. also under $100. it's not the crazy -- >> $100,000 ones. and a story of two moms who didn't realize how much they needed each other, until a god-winch most of divine intervention. we love those stories. >> so good to see them again. >> again, yesterday -- by the way, when you came out of your dressing room dressed like reege, you have a thing, you literally morph into the character. when you were lucille ball, you morphed lucille ball and then when you are regis morphed into
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regis, for instance, when he wednesday gelman looked like somebody else. he looked like jim carrey. >> or leonard nimoy. >> either way, not a good look. >> while we were out on the plaza it was really cold. >> really cold. >> and regis -- and regis -- got into a little get-down session. >> a four-minute commercial break, and for four minutes i . >> never even -- she's like -- >> no wonder i'm exhausted you. >> have your own funky dance party. >> he used to do the funky chicken. i was trying to get him to do the funky chicken. he used to do it all the time. >> it was so fun having regis here.
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monologue and decided to surprise everybody and have leno come up and take over. we hear something came up in one of the jokes. >> i can bet. >> let's take a's listen. >> the economy is so bad the "today" show kathie lee and hoda were separating a 40! i've never seen that. >> a 40? >> a bottle containing 40 fluid ounces of beer. it's cheap to beer. >> we don't drink beer. >> that's just radicchio. >> and theknot.com says couples getting engaged between now and february. >> the most popular date to get engaged is -- >> here they are. >> christmas, new year's and valentine's day. >> and sometimes lots of things happen on valentine's day, huh hoda?
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a proposal you've got to see from the cockpit of a qantas airline pilot. the pilot surprised his girlfriend who happened to be a passenger on the flight. >> we also have a very special passenger onboard today, folks. her name is anna. she's going to south america to visit her family and i want to make sure she comes back to me in australia. so now that i have her complete [ speaking in foreign language ] will you marry me? >> oh, my god! oh -- gosh that is the sweetest -- >> oh. oh. >> i love that! i love that. >> jerry -- >> jer -- >> thank you, jer.
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>> that was beautiful. can we -- sometimes when we do these proposals on-air, oh, it's a proposal. that was so beautiful. >> and once again that australian accent. and he wants to make sure she comes back to him. >> stop it. >> oh. >> huh. so adele is on the cover of "vanity fair." >> she says she likes to make record but would be fine if she never heard the applause again. we knew adele when she was just starting, on our show a couple of times. she actually seems like that type of person. the way she describes herself. some people you think that's what they feed off of. she doesn't seem -- does she -- the type? what do you think? >> i think you can be both. when i left the show for regis, everybody thought i had
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i was fine until jim bell made me come back to work. >> thank god. >> well, thank god i found my hoda. somebody like regis could never retire. no. he could never. there are different -- there are different types of people, yeah. >> she said she decided to tour this time just because she wanted to simply see everyone who's been so supportive and says she doesn't care about money. >> now that she's worth a gazillion, gazillion, doesn't have to worry about it. >> did you see how pretty she looked on "vanity fair." her eyes, her whole -- >> beautiful, beautiful. >> gorgeous. >> uh-huh. she's happy. in a great place in her life. loves this guy she's had this child with and finding out that, you know, of the applause is not the only thing in the world, in fact, not even the greatest thing. >> yeah. >> i love that. >> whatever. >> so ryan lochte, speaking of applause, he said -- well, they said good-bye to him last night. i don't think he wanted to go,
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booting off? i hate that word. he was eliminated. a nicer word. >> i mean, the question is, a lot of times people go on "dancing with the stars" to repair an image and people who were big fans of the show were saying, lots of applause for ryan, a standing o after being voted off, and you wonder if it does -- if it really does do the repairing? what do you think? >> i think it depends on the person. >> yeah. know you as a person in the process. >> yes. >> and if he shows humility, if he shows sense of humor. people will forgive an awful lot. >> yeah. >> an awful lot. >> one of the stars of "dancing with the stars" who actually has been stealing the show is lori hernandez, the olympian, the gymnast, just amazing. the performance that got her perfect tens. ? we will defy ?
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>> wow. you think you're looking at a professional dancer. >> she's only like 16 years old. in addition to being an incredible dancer, an incredible human being. like the nicest kid. the most self-less kid, and -- >> got a new book out, too? >> book out. yeah. doing it all. >> good for her. >> we're going to reveal a secret. okay? >> yes. >> wait. is that -- christmas music? ? have yourself a merry little >> who's singing? oh, no! ? make the yuletide gay ? >> oh, i love that. >> all right. it's that time of year. we get to exclusively reveal the hess corporation's new toy truck for 2016. >> drum rolling, please. >> we need a -- >> avery's going to help us with this reveal. here we go! >> it's called -- the hess.
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had a pull back engine and pull-back design to pop a wheelie. since kathie lee and i didn't want to get on our knees and amanda wanted to -- sort of. >> it's in her contract. >> $31.99, the hess toy truck company. >> you go like this. >> it's supposed to pop a wheelie. we hear. >> let's see? >> yes! >> ooh! it pops a wheelie. >> and then -- yeah. they're really beautifully made. beautifully made. >> they are. can you do it one more time? >> yes. >> it's kind of cool. >> amanda's from new orleans. >> what's that have to do with it. >> nothing, but i just love it. >> here we go. >> yeah! >> no. that's going to be a hit. amanda, thank you. >> all righty. >> you rock! >> the hess family, really, really beautiful philanthropic people. >> free shipping and five batteries included.
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>> they go together. >> like gravy and -- >> they go together. >> right after this! >> right after this! h? i'll take it from here. i'm good. i just took new mucinex clear and cool. ah! what's this sudden cooooling thing happening? it's got a menthol burst. you can feel it right away. wow, that sort of blind-sided me. and it clears my terrible cold symptoms. this is awkward. new mucinex fast-max clear & cool. feel the menthol burst. and clear your worst cold symptoms. start the relief. ditch the misery.
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goblins, thank goodness, that hung up the harvest decor. next up, thanksgiving. my favorite holiday. >> uh-huh. >> yep. all this month our "today" show team will help you prepare >> kicking it off with turkey and gravy from two fantastic chefs. we have the chef and proprietor at -- >> tertulia. >> here in new york city. >> and -- >> ryan scott a chef at fintown in san francisco. >> and ---ants brand new cookbook, too. >> splitting duties. right? >> get started on the turkey. >> all right. seamus, don't leave us too long.
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out what i did with the legs in a slow cooker. oranges limes, onion powder, garlic powder. sugar, stock and olive oil and a little water. you have all heard brine is the word to brine or not to brine. i brine. do you brine? >> i don't brine, nope. >> do you brine? >> i don't know. i'm not sure, what i did here, my brine. this is apple cider vinegar, water, salt and sugar. bring to a boil with tepid let it marinate in a double plastic ziploc bag. doesn't look pretty but -- >> no. >> thank you. but you let it marinate 24 hours. take it out. pat it dry. kathie lee, grab all the great spices on the plate. you have a blender? >> yes. >> never uses it, but she has one. >> salt, paprika, onion and garlic powder, orange concentrate goes inside there. hodi, grab this and start brushing the outside of the
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go ahead. kathie lee, turnsy, pullsy and turn it on there. >> and -- actually. >> we finally got it. take a little bit of olive oil. in there, too. >> you don't put the -- i see. you don't put the turkey breast right on the pan? >> no, i don't. all of it goes in there. >> okay. >> if you don't have a rack at home, what you need to do, go there, roast it, finish it, it's dub and needs gravy. about 325 for 20 minutes. seamus? >> three different gravies, my favorite, awesome. simple. like everything i do, very healthy. we have apples, a little shallots, a little cider. add that cider. >> sure. cider in. >> put the cider in, reduce it until it's done by a half. what we're looking at here. >> beautiful. >> go ahead and kathie at that in. turkey stock or use stricken stock, reduced, and golden raisins and pine nuts. >> hmm.
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>> and -- sorry. golden raisins and cinnamon. >> exactly. >> no pine nuts. >> no pine nuts. we'll gelt to the pine nuts. >> these guys, mushrooms. this is dried mushrooms and fresh mushrooms. shallots and a dry sherry. reduce that by one-half and what we're looking at here and add in our turkey stock. >> that goes in and this is what we've got. leave all the mushrooms in there and beautiful pine nuts at the end. >> what you do, right? >> isn't that good? >> last thing, tons of herbs. >> one more taste tester. >> why don't we bring in one more taste tester. >> this is ryan's wife. >> hi, sweetie. >> brand new wife. what's your name?
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>> yes. >> good to see you. >> and hodi. hi, sweetie. >> yum! >> put the gravy on it. >> put the gravy -- >> there's a ladle. >> will you ladle it all over? >> sure. >> what kind? >> there. only one. >> perfect. >> too much gravy. >> no. i like -- never have too much. >> okay. so it's a soup. it's turkey soup. >> seamus -- >> oh my gosh, that's good! hmm! try the other one. >> delicious? >> for all of these recipes go to today.com/food and on november 23rd seamus and ryan will join nearly 30 other chefs on our plaza for a pre-thanksgiving celebration. >> was it a coincidence or was it a god-wink? sharing the story of two moms brought together by destiny, right after this. ? ?
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awesome. now for a remarkable story that turned out to be such a divine convince den can only be described as a god-wink. >> best-selling author behind the god-winks book series and here to share another incredible true story. >> oh, yes. thy nurse in pennsylvania told by the doctors that due to pregnancy complications she couldn't have a fifth child. she was very disappointed, but because they had wanted to have a very large family. >> right. >> but they had no way of knowing that that was just the beginning of a whole string of uplifting god-winks. >> hmm. >> dan and i were sad and strangely unsettled about not being able to conceive again.
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we decided to adopt and commence the demanding certification process. we waited and waited. the agency finally sent a profile picture of a darling 18-month-old boy. my heart flipped thinking, this was it. we sent the paperwork and waited again as days turned into weeks. with never a peep from the agency. a while later at the hospital i was assigned to a patient named trisha. we both had the same name. i joked th t.s. trish and i had an immediate bond. she poured out her fears and emotions as she told me about her 8-year-old son wesley who was her entire world. she was a single mom, no parents or close relatives, and she'd been diagnosed with cancer. while i was never reassigned to trish during her 10 days at the hospital, i would often pop in
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stopped to give her a hug. i saw by the look on her face that she had been given terrible news. she said, the cancer has spread. i only have a short time to live. then the most astonishing words came from her lips. will you and your husband raise my child? her request was immense, for her and for us. it took my breath away. i said i was honored, but urged her to think and pray about it. a few days later, we invited trish and wesley to come to our home and meet our kids. our children embraced wesley right away and this time when trish asked if we would raise her child, we said, yes. but she was deteriorating rapidly. my dear husband said we couldn't let her go to a nursing home. she needed to stay with us. so for the next five months, wesley assimilated into our family and trish enjoyed what
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months of her life. as i think back, i'll always remember the wonderful god-winks that fulfilled the needs of two mothers. trish needed a mother for her son. i longed for one more son to feel settled. trish taught me that family is often more than blood relatives, but also those whom you are divinely aligned to meet. we miss her, but every holiday, trish has a special place in our hearts. >> oh, wow. that was -- >> wesley is now 10 years old. it's such a wonderful story. trisha has written a story about trish honoring her in a book called "god gave me you" and what this shows is that god wakes, in every one of our lives, to bring us hope and encouragement. >> the most beautiful story. >> thank you. >> beautiful. >> thank you. >> and the biggest secret to success, after your local news. >> that was so beautiful.
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>> no, it isn't. >> hoda can't wait. >> no, it isn't. >> what it really is that makes someone successful you've come to the right place. >> according to one successful author the most successful women are often not the most talented or experienced. instead just the best communicators. hello! author of the new book -- >> all: "successful women speak differently." >> always good to see you. >> so interesting. you are right. will is something to be said for sounding like a success. having the right tone. right? >> absolutely. your vocal essence is really what people hear when you talk, and so it's so important to pay attention to how you sound. and over the last 30 years or so there's habits that some of us developed.
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>> someone makes a statement, sounds like i'm asking a question. >> yes. >> yes. >> you don't do that. >> right. a lot more confident when you make statements as statements not questions. when you let go of vocal fry, that's the -- >> should you -- slow -- down. >> and lower a little? there's something about a lowered tone -- >> breathing is key, too. >> deep breathing. >> you sound better. all right. there's something called -- what is this? anxiety? >> i love this one. lot of times, oh, i'm so nervous, i'm so nervous. a higher razzled state and we try to calm ourselves down. rather than tell yourself, try to calm down say, i'm excited. replace i'm nervous with i'm excited. both of those are higher razzle states, easier to jump from i'm nervous to i'm excited than i'm nervous to i'm calm. >> oh. just a -- >> the word that you're using. >> before you walk into is a meeting, a little freaked out, you should say i'm just excited to be here.
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see if that works. >> don't just speak positively. speak accurately. some people like to blue sky things. >> i'm a very positive person, but we can overdo the positivity. >> give me an example. >> something difficult to say. rather than glossing over it, tiptoeing around it, be kind how you speak difficult things but be truthful so you can move forward. >> how would that help you? >> a person always tto across very well. serious issues, tiptoeing around not telling the truth. be courageous enough to be able to say what needs to be said. >> you do that, kath. >> i'm trying. the power of liking. >> i like you, hodi. >> i like you guys, too. >> so often we don't think about the fact that when people like you, you're far more likely to
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simple things like caring about people. >> remembering their names. >> remembering their names. things about their children. able to acknowledge when they do something well. looking at their strengths and actually speaking about their strengths. >> there are people that do that and they don't mean it, but people like kath who mean it. don't you think people can read that? people trying to schmooze you -- >> you can't. that's the power of being authentic. everyone has strengths, something you can complement. being able to see what you have thing and acknowledge it. it's really powerful. >> and moving on, valerie. >> ask powerful questions. >> yeah. >> powerful questions. so often we jump to conclusions, we don't get clarity or ask for what we want. >> yes. >> usually it's out of our own fear. how is the person going respond? will we be rejected? >> might not like the answer so we don't ask. >> so we don't ask. >> what should you do? ask? >> ask. >> i want the raise? >> i want the raise. >> no!
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>> but you'll live. >> that's questionable. >> ask for what we want. be really clear. >> valerie, you are awesome. we love you. ? it's beginning to look a lot like christmas ? >> already. find out how to get exclusive discounts on amazing gifts. >> plus -- >> that's not the kathie lee cd? >> we don't want to overdo it. >> plus, how to clean the fridge and get in between the pesky spots in the kitchen. >> what she said, after this. >> got leather on! >> got leather on! ol. ah! what's this sudden cooooling thing happening? it's got a menthol burst. you can feel it right away. wow, that sort of blind-sided me. and it clears my terrible cold symptoms. ahh! this is awkward. new mucinex fast-max clear & cool. feel the menthol burst. and clear your worst cold symptoms. start the relief. ditch the misery.
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still digging into all the halloween candy, but christmas will be here before you know it. >> and every year you can look forward to the neiman marcus christmas book celebrating its 90th anniversary.
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fantasy books and affordable ones is ginger rieder. >> so glad to be here. >> glad to have you here. >> thank you. >> one for the optimist and one for the pessimist. >> optimist, paper beads with a glass bead as well, it's $25, and that $25 goes right back to support the community in uganda that makes the beads. >> if you have a pessimist in your family, or friend. >> who doesn't? >> a king-sized mattress that ma a built-in lock box. you need to find the lock box, because there's a precious treasure in there. >> here we go. >> let me know if you need help. >> no, we don't! we can find it ourselves! [ laughter ] >> hold on. maybe it's in here. wait.
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>> oh, my -- takes forever! >> you don't need any help. [ laughter ] ?? >> give me the -- paper. >> are you sure you don't want any help. >> we don't! where is it? >> wait. >> you want me to help you? >> yeah. try there. >> oh. it's -- oh, wait. look -- >> oh! there's a lock box on here. come here, kath. >> i can't get over there! [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> where? >> here, here. >> oh. >> it's under here. here. that was exhausting! >> all right. be sure that you get it opened, because you can find that precious treasure. >> there now! >> you do care. it's very precious. [ laughter ] >> is it open? >> yes. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, my gosh! >> it's regis!
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is for yourself, kathie lee and hoda, don't -- hoda and kathie lee don't need it. my best, regis philbin. >> thank you for that. >> oh, my gosh. precious treasure. >> affordable gifts. >> we do. affordable gifts everything from $24 to $100. >> exhausted. >> and a special 20% discount on these gifts and more for "today" show visitors. >> okay. start with this. >> go to today.com. >> a wireless mailbox. you can send messages to the child. a lot of fun. this is a little drone. so -- you know -- >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> the world -- >> whatever you can do with that. always fun. a jump rope that's great. really good. >> this is -- >> socks. >> yes, socks. >> looks good. headphones, if kids play it. >> this one does, and this is a keyboard.
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>> i like it. >> we've got glasses here. >> yes. >> and okay, this looks so cozy, these are great. these are fur imasks for $35, just great. pick your color. >> oh. hoda wants those. >> i like this book end. >> yes. a great book end, and these are -- hats and dolls for kids. >> tell you what it's going to be a hit, he's emojis. >> a whole emoji thing. >> emoji coasters. >> a cocktail napkins for $48. >> why are you out of breath? >> i know! >> from the food department. >> and put liquor in them, ice cream. they're great. set of six for $24. >> fun! >> and these. >> and always one of my favorite. >> i know. right. it's a good gift for anybody. >> wait a minute. >> the cookies are really good. >> they are good. they're all good. >> and popcorn. all righty.
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all right? >> yes, thank you. >> these under $100 gifts and many more go to hodaandkathielee.com. hoda's getting excited because it's almost spanky tuesday. >> and tricks to cleaning up tough spots, right after this. >> whatever happened to santa claus?
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house. >> every nook and crook or cranny, a gunky faucet, or other things, tricks to get yore kitchen clean from "real simple's" editor. >> hello. >> thank you. >> a lot of people don't feel like cleaning the dishwasher because you feel it's washing every day. >> simple. come up with places you might actually forget. when loading a dishwasher you're
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particles on the seam right. clean that off, take a cotton swab, dip it in distilled vinegar, wipe it down. getting rid of water deposits or anything else. >> is that the only place that needs cleaning? >> everything else, when the cycle run, it will clean itself. >> it cleans. okay. go to the stove. >> let's go to the stove. >> especially with the holidays coming up we're going to use the stove more than ever. instead of spending all your time scrubbing and soaking, just spray the stovetop grates with a miracle worker. it's crazy. let it sit a few minutes. come back just with a dry sponge and wipe it all off. after five minutes of sitting it will come off, clean and smooth. >> you don't have to scrub, scrub? >> what's it called? >> mean green. >> super strength. >> okay. i'll remember. >> so the toaster oven is one thing that "real simple" readers wrote to us a lot. a small appliance that can
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of two tablespoons of cream of tartar, one tablespoon of lemon juice. mix it up. apply it to the whole unit. inside, outside. shelves and everything. >> what do you mean, apply? >> take a sponge, just like this. and. >> oh. what does that do? >> so the acidity in the lemon juice cuts through the grease, especially inside and cream of tartar revives the shine. >> i never knew what cream are tartar was for. >> well, for cleaning your toasters. >> and all the crumbs in there. really the big problem. always shaking them out. >> shake them out and line the bottom with tinfoil or an oven liner you can cut to fit. >> you're so smart. >> and then, the utensil drawer is not one that gets necessarily germy but gets crumbs, right? >> never been cleaned. >> or cleaned. ever. >> does it? >> the silverware does, not the actual drawer. >> exactly. crumbs from the countertop collect like we have here.
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that in the dishwasher to give it a clean as well. >> true. >> while this is empty, take a lint roller. >> a lint roller! >> rolled inside. right? >> sorry. >> do that. and then also you can get into those corners by tearing off a piece of the paper, taking a butter knife, wrapping it around here. >> you know you will. >> taking notes on this whole segment. so happy! >> no way. >> okay. >> that will get into your corner >> in the refrigerator, shelves that often you just kind of wipe them down every now and then. >> then the germiest, grossest part happens in the seam where the glass meeds the plastic. >> what do you use? >> take a baking soda/hot water paste. equal parts. excuse me. i don't want to get you dirty. take a toothbrush, once you've mixed it all together get the paste and agitate it on the shelf seams. >> agitate it, hoda. >> how you get all the grime out. >> then --
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a damp sponge. >> that's your part. >> and then there might be stuff that remains. a little chiseler. >> where do you get that? >> on little chiseler.com. >> looks like a credit card, gets into all the grooves. >> a couple seconds. what's this at the end? >> refrigerator door gasket. >> my stuff! >> dirty. >> she loves the fridge. that collected here and then dip a towel in distilled white vinegar and water and give it a wipe. that will -- >> vinegar and lemon. right? >> everything. >> thanks, stephanie. >> speaking of the kitchen, really getting cooking now. >> five lucky viewers are about to win big when we give it away. our donna -- >> first, adorable -- >> this is "today" on nbc.
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we're all grateful. >> and because it is time to -- >> give it away. this week, five lucky fans will win an electrolux masterpiece food processor work $550. >> wow. power technology, 1200 watt turbo boost motor. 17 cup capacity tilt bowl as well as a smaller bowl. >> here's the small one. nine cup tilt bowl. >> and retractable blades for shredding, chopping and more. plus a storage to put your blades in a special place. >> awesome! get ready for spanky tuesday. find out who the winners are -- first winner is. >> who do you got?
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deltona, florida. >> and over here, get these people in, too. mine is -- sharon johnson from -- hoopston, illinois. >> all righty. the next one robert wrecker from howell, new jersey. come on, hoda. >> getting a good one. hold on. back over here. vanessa from las vegas, nevada. >> and is this our last one? or one more? >> this is the last one. c alabama. >> and congratulations to the winners. we shred all the entries. make sure you send them in for next week. >> tomorrow stop the chirping in your house, lou manfredini is back with tools that change your life, and a performance by tamela mann, singer and actress.
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